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英国人, えいこくじん

  • eikokujin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • Briton
  • Englishman
  • (the) English

Examples of 英国人,えいこくじん in a Sentence

The English are a great nation.
British people are used to standing in queues.
How would you know an American from an Englishman?
The British have a lot of respect for law and order.
Englishmen are the heirs of liberty.
An Englishman is an alien in the United States.
It is said that some British people like a Japanese-style room.
The English are generally a conservative people.
Englishmen are, on the whole, conservative.
The English have adopted many words from French.

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